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HuisbeestenboelPart picture book part game and all fun Animals Home Alone introduces readers to fifteen animals who begin to act in unusual ways when the humans are away In wordless pages each animal finds a uniue activity or bit of mischief to get into At the book's conclusion readers are asked uestions about what the animals have done When a little girl and her father leav. While reading this book I found myself enthralled with the colors and all the detail in every single page The different animals and the rich colors really take the audience in I found it very interesting how people can experience the same book so differently and how the readeraudience's focus may be on a completely different point than your own On each page I found myself focusing on the same animal at first and then wandering to see what's going on with the other animals At the beginning of the book a little girl and her father leave their animals home alone and while they are gone the animals cause uite a stir When they return the animals are back in their rightful place and the owners have no idea what went on while they were gone One detail I really liked is that despite being a wordless picture book at the end there are uestions that the authorillustrator asks the reader to consider Some of them simply asked what one animal was doing or if we noticed a certain detail It really tests your memory and makes you look back and think This is uite valuable for an early reader It's interesting to see the lack of borders and how the vibrant colors play into the already busy illustrations Overall I really enjoyed this book It has plenty of entertainment value As far as meaning it really has none but there is nothing wrong with that either It's a fun book and would be a fun experience for an early reader or even an adult such as myself

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E their house the animals left behind start to take over The cat immediately goes to the phone to call a friend and the fish leaves his bowl looking for a new place to live Dogs routinely look for shoes to chew but this dog is looking for shoes to wear A bear climbs out of a painting on the wall and finds trouble when he turns the TV on The elephant the little. Fabulous book for the read alone there is so much going on I was constantly flipping back and forth betwen pages trying to catch various things By the end of the book with all the uestions I was able to answer each one without having to turn back Ha ha I'm so clever Honestly it took me uite a lot of time to read this It also very much helped that I knew going into this book that there were many different stories occuring Thanks to Author Z and his kids' review I really enjoyed seeing the different stories and seeing what would happen next I would liked to have seen the people's faces at the end Oh well A great book to keep a child occupied either for a very long time or over and over But this would NEVER work in a storytime unless you book talked it

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CHARACTERS í Huisbeestenboel ↠ Part picture book part game and all fun Animals Home Alone introduces readers to fifteen animals who begin to act in unusual ways when the humans are away In wordless pages each animal finds a uniue activity or bit of mischief to get into At the book's conclusion readers are asked uestions about what the animals have donGirl drew comes to life and starts to gather everything yellow he can A pig gets hungry a bird takes on irksome moths a rabbit finds love and cockroaches run wild in this imaginative book from an exciting young authorA fun book for all that encourages children to spot and remember changes large and small each re reading of this book will yield new discoveries. What a cool book In this wordless story the humans leave and the animals get into as much trouble as they can This would be great for a seek and find fan or building narrative skills because each animal has its own story as the pages turn I tried to find the goldfish on each spread and it was tricky Endpapers prompt the reader with uestions to answer about what happened and what was seen